The fact of the matter is that we had someone like this in our community while I was in high school. We didn't call her a criminal, we called her a s**t. Affectionately. And we most certainly did not send her to jail. We sent her to Andy Rosen's house, where we all took turns with her in his basement while his parents played gin rummy with the Mastersons.
It seems to me that Ms. Johnson's only crime is her unpardonable ugliness, but we cannot fault her for that. We are at the mercy of genetics in this instance. And we know how cruel a mistress she can sometimes be.
In conclusion, I can only hope that this case is overturned on appeal by a judge with the sensitivity and legal expertise to realize what a politically motivated sham this decision is. We learn early that abridging the rights of one hurts the civil liberties of a society. And I'll be damned if I stand by and watch the judicial activists take away my right to party and have marginally consensual sex with a woman nearly three times my age.
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